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Welcome back after what I hope was a relaxed break.

This term, our topic is ‘Brave Warriors’, focusing on the invasion of Britain by the Romans. We will be looking at the geography of the United Kingdom, and investigating life in Roman Britain. We are also fortunate enough to have the theatre company ‘Partake’ coming in to spend the day with us and teach us more about the Romans. Our R.E topic this term is Sikhism, and we will continue to be learning from a rich wider curriculum throughout the year.


In March, Impala will be going swimming at the Meres Leisure Centre. More information will be sent out about this nearer the time. We will also continue to do scheduled P.E inside school. Please ensure that your child has their P.E kit in school all week so that they are prepared for any timetable changes, and that this includes suitable clothing for both indoor and outdoor activities.

 

Homework this term consists of:

  • Creative Homework Task
  • Reading Challenge
  • Challenge 5 Short, regular maths questions to complete on the same day of learning.

 

Please continue to support your child in their reading and spellings.


Please get in touch if you wish to discuss any concerns about your child’s progress.


Thank you,


Rosie Matthews
Spring Term 2019

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Term 3 Creative Homework

Click on the document below for the homework set for term 3.

The Impala Twitter Page!

Please follow us and find out what we have been doing in the classroom.

If you do not wish your child to appear on the Twitter page please let us know.

 

Please click on the Twitter link above to go to our page.

Flag Fen

We had a wonderful time on our class trip to Flag Fen Archaeology Park near Peterborough which is home to a unique ancient wooden monument.  A kilometre long wooden causeway and platform are perfectly preserved in the wetland. Three thousand three hundred years ago this was built and used by the Prehistoric fen people as a place of worship and ritual. Sixty thousand upright timbers and two hundred and fifty horizontal planks are buried under the ground along with many swords and personal items given as offerings to the watery fen. It was a fabulous opportunity for us to discover what life was like for our prehistoric ancestors.

 

More photos can be found in the Gallery.

Celebrating Harvest

I was so proud of the class when they, along with the children in Barasingha Class, led our Harvest celebration. We all had great fun learning the songs and the children worked wonderfully together to perform in front of their friends and family. Well done everyone!

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Hot and Cold Poetry

The children have written some wonderful poetry on the theme of hot and cold.

Leaf Paintings

I was really impressed by how the children used their observational skills to create these beautiful paintings.

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Our Class Display

One of our first tasks this term has been to create a display to represent our class name, Impala. The children used watercolours to create some fabulous paintings and we are very proud of our display in the hall.

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